Apple iPhone 4

June 8th, 2010

Apple On June 7th, Apple introduced its newest iPhone – the long rumored iPhone 4. It’s completely redesigned, has a better screen, better camera, better battery life, but one of its best features is it now supports multitasking. It enables you to run several applications simultaneously and switch between them without having to close them. It also features FaceTime – full-screen video conversations with abilities to switch between front and back camera. The camera is now 5MP with built-in flash and HD-video capabilities – it can record 720p videos.

Always-On PC

August 19th, 2009

AlwaysOnPC There is a new service available for the people, who wish to have a full-featured desktop while on the road. The service is called AlwaysOnPC, and is in essence a virtual desktop, stored on a server that you can access anytime, and from anywhere.

As it is described on their website:

Introducing AlwaysOnPC, the world’s first personal cloud computer that works from any device, anywhere – including your iPhoneâ„¢.

Your own online virtual personal computer loaded with a full set of applications and 2 GB of personal file storage. Accessible from an iPhone (other platforms tba) as well as any netbook, laptop, desktop, Internet kiosk.

The service includes an always-on PC with 2 GB of storage, available for documents, files, photos, etc. It is ideal for the travelers, who need to access their desktop remotely from different locations – a computer, their iPhone and soon-to-come other internet-connected platforms. It includes a variety of applications:

  • Internet applications – Firefox browser, Email client, Instant messenger (supporting multiple IM services, such as AOL, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo!, etc.)
  • Office package (Word processor, Spreadsheet, Presentation application, Project-management application)
  • Utilities (Contacts manager, Calendar, Text editor, Archive manager, Calculator, Dictionary, etc.)
  • Multimedia (Movie player (no sound for the time being!), GIMP – a full-featured image editor, etc.)
  • Games (17 board and puzzle games)

and even some heavy-duty programming tools including Eclipse and Glade interface designer.

AlwaysOnPC Desktop

Important! You can get a free registration to try it for 5 days, but in order to get the service permanent, you have to download the AlwaysOnPC app from the Apple AppStore (a one-time 29.99 USD) and login from your iPhone or iPod.
From Xform Computing.